When the new solar plant in Jocksdorf starts feeding into the grid later this year, it will become one of the most effective solar plants in the world. Thanks to a Danfoss string inverter solution, involving 6,186 TLX Pro inverters, the energy output of the former military area will be significantly higher than that of a traditional central inverter solution.
CEO and owner of Möhring Energie GmbH, Sascha Möhring, explains his reasons for returning to Danfoss for another string inverter solution: “After the successful installation and commissioning of our plant in Eggebek, we have seen in real terms just how efficient a Danfoss string inverter solution is. Also, on a project of this scale, it is important that we collaborate with a partner who is flexible and easy to work with during the installation period and the crucial follow up months.”
Danfoss’ TLX Pro technology - with three MPP trackers - is even more efficient than other string inverter solutions, because shading losses are minimized, allowing the space between the PV panel rows to be reduced.
Gert Taul Pedersen, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing says: “We are excited to be working once again with Mr. Möhring. The scale of this project is confirmation that our modular concept has no size limit. After our work at Eggebek, the efficiency of our string inverter solution for large PV power plants is even better known in the market. Even so, for large utility scale projects with multi-megawatt capacity like this, central inverters are still normally preferred. With our 95 MW project at Jocksdorf, we can see this trend changing.”
Morten Buhl Sørensen, head of Danfoss Solar Inverters comments: “To be chosen again to work on one of the largest photovoltaic plants in the world makes us feel like pioneers. Last year’s project at Eggebek - which at the time was one of the largest plants on the planet - has given us unique experience about how to streamline our installation processes for this, even larger, project. We are constantly gathering valuable knowledge, which we can put to use in even bigger projects in the future, where we push the boundaries of plant scale even further,” concludes Morten Buhl Sørenesen.
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